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    Robert Saleh has accepted the HC job with the Jets. Plus, its expected he'll take Mike LaFleur with him as OC. I know I won't miss Salah, although the players like Bosa and Armstead will still be with the *****.
    Last edited by mde8352gorams; -01-16-2021, 10:56 AM.

  • #2
    Good for him. I won't mind seeing him outside of the division.


    • #3
      I have an extreme dislike of the fella.

      Saying that I wonder what opposing fans think about McVay running down the sideline and high fiving everyone LOL

      Keeping the Rams Nation Talking


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